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How can I give a task higher priority to run?


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For example there is a task running, and during its run, there will be a new task to run.

And i want new task to run first, after it finishes running, other one will continue running


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Hi @Semih Öztürk​ ,

 

I don't think as of today we have this feature in A360. I'd recommend opening a support ticket with AA using below link for this New Change Request.

 

https://apeople.automationanywhere.com/s/support/p>

 

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Welcome @Semih Öztürk​ 

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Hello @ChanduMohammad S​ 

 

Thank you for responding.

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Yes that is the reason have asked to raise the Change Request to AA.

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Hi @Semih Öztürk​ ,

 

Please try with below option,

 

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Hi @Semih Öztürk​ ,

 

If you are looking for this feature PFB Scenario, hope this helps.

 

When bots are queued for a Bot Runner user, bots with higher priority are deployed before bots with lower priority. However, if a bot with lower priority is already running, bots with higher priority are deployed after the bot with lower priority completes running.

The default permission is set to medium.

 

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Hi @Tamil Arasu​ ,

 

Using Above Option will it satisfy below requirement?

 

For example there is a task running, and during its run, there will a new task to run.

And i want new task to run first, after it finishes running, other one will continue running

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Hi @ChanduMohammad S​ 

 

So you mean if a bot with lower priority is already running and then a task with higher priority will not start to run till the bot with lower priority finishes running?

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Hi @Tamil Arasu​ 

 

thanks a lot for the reply. I didnt know we could do this on A360.

 

I couldnt do this ,i guess its because of the version of A360 I use.

But once i upgrade it, i can do what you showed me, thanks

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Welcome @Semih Öztürk​ 

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I haven't tried yet. @ChanduMohammad S​ But I'm sure that using triggered events we can achieve this.

 

When you triggered the task, that will automatically run at a higher priority. So, this existing task will be paused and the triggered task will run at the earliest 

 

Hi @Semih Öztürk​, Please try with trigger events to execute the new task.

 

 

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Okay @ChanduMohammad S​  thank you

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Hi @Tamil Arasu​ 

 

Thank you for the reply. I guess i cant do this for now, because in the version of A460 i use, there is no "automation priority" option unfortunately.

But thank you for you both for answering my question

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